Porsche 918 Spyder Martini Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Over the past year, German automaker Porsche has introduced several different iterations of their 918 Spyder Concept. Although we have yet to see the realization of this concept, it hasn’t stopped the brand from introducing new iterations.

The latest version pays homage to the championship Martini Racing Team of the 1970s. The vehicle is based in white, with colorful hues of blue and red stripes found all across the exterior, and black rims finishing off the look. The car is packed with a V8 engine pumping out 770 horsepower, and will be limited to only 918 units when it does hit the automotive scene.

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